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Hamilton, Butler County, OH November 2, 2010 Election
Smart Voter Political Philosophy for Rich Stevenson

Candidate for
US Representative; District 1

This information is provided by the candidate Three pages of interlinked biography

  • Political Philosophy, index23.html
  • Biography Page, index22.html
  • Dates with Highlights, index24.html

We can and should remove money from the political process. Doing so, we will be able to take the majority away from both so-called "major parties," Democratic and Republican.

We need to throw all career incumbent public office holders out of office. Meaningful changes to the political system can then be made to have clean elections. With non-partisan clean elections and non-partisan public office holders we can eventually have clean government.

Corruption in our political process is the problem, not government. Corruption is what makes big government bad. Government is needed to provide reasonable regulation and oversight of our financial communities to prevent unsound business practices overreaching for easy profit. Financial meltdowns are totally preventable by the use of well-regulated sound conservative business practices.

Congressional oversight is essential to financial prosperity in the long run. Both parties dropped the ball over the last twenty to thirty years. They chose to pretend that unsound business practices have no negative consequences. They were wrong.

Our children deserve to live in a prosperous America.

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